IRN100 Extended Report now available

20 October 2015

The IRN100 Extended Toplist – a more detailed look at this year’s International Rental News (IRN) annual IRN100 Survey ranking the top 100 rental companies in the world – is now available.

Based on rental revenues for 2014, this year’s IRN100 was first published in the June issue of IRN.

This stand-alone, extended version of the table not only includes exclusive data on company revenues, fleet investment and industry consolidation, but also new commentary on each of the companies in the IRN100, as well as extra graphs analysing the trends.

The idea is to provide additional background context on the companies in the table, shedding some light on how and why they got to their position in the ranking.

The additional graphs and charts also make it easier to interpret the data, offering a great visual representation of the trends in the industry.

The IRN100 survey is the most eagerly awaited feature of the year, giving the rental industry, equipment manufacturers and analysts a superb snapshot of current rental operating conditions. Also included in the survey are contact details for all 100 rental companies in the list, annual rental-related revenue figures plus, details of what kinds of equipment they rent.

In addition to this data, the survey includes analysis of the fastest growing companies, the top 25 investors, the top 15 'global' rental players, the to 50 rental companies in Europe, analysis of other regional trends, as well as details of companies that have either entered the survey for the first time or dropped out.

The extended IRN100 provides a real insight into the equipment rental sector, which is one of the fastest growing sectors in the construction and industrial equipment market. For more information on this compilation, go to:

www.khl-infostore.com/irn100-special-extended-version-2015

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